[CH7] Mae Ai Sae Eun (Media Studio) : Om Akapan/Mamaew Pornchada/Pooklook Fonthip

aiyaja

sarNie OldFart
dancy said:
 
I watch some of Media Studio lakorn and they are pretty good. 
 
Here are some list lakorn they did....if ya haven't see their lakorn...
 
Ruk Roy Laan (Sammy & Golf)
Keeta Loka (Green & New)
Pla Lhong Fah (Cheer & New)
Mon Ruk Pleng Pee Bok (Pimmy & Mac)
 
Likit Rissaya (S & Grace Upcoming)
Look Mai Klai Ton (Min & Om Upcoming)
 
Haha, I have never seen those lakorns. Thank you, btw.
 
Yeah, the song is really sad.
 

Ncmeowmeow35

sarNie Oldmaid
Omg they better not butcher this remake. This was one of Ah'Tou's masterpiece. I would love to see Now in here cus she is THE ONLY ch7 actress that has the dancing skills and talent to pull it off.
 

Mahalo

sarNie OldFart
But doesn't it kind of count that they are starring with each other in Atitha? Lol. Their first lakorn hasn't even aired yet and now they're paired up again. I don't mind Om this time because where there's Pooklook, I don't pay any mind to anyone else. She will definitely overshadow him. The only actor that held it down well with her was Weir but I still paid more attention to her. Lol.  
 

Mahalo

sarNie OldFart
I still don't get the rave about this lakorn when it's so depressing. It's like Tong Neua Gao. Popular but not even that good. Just nam nao. Lol. People like stressful lakorns. 
 

Hana_pichy

Lakorn lover
OMG!!! OM IS IN HERE!!!!!.. that's good. Idk about pooklook but seems many people praised her job with weir. I'll give it a try..
 

Hana_pichy

Lakorn lover
Ntsuab-Ci said:
I forget that Om is with ch 7 sometimes
I just started foto know him these fewfew months and watched all his lakorns.But there are his old lakorn where aired in ch3 . is he under polyplus? Or something else?
 

Hana_pichy

Lakorn lover
Mahalo said:
I still don't get the rave about this lakorn when it's so depressing. It's like Tong Neua Gao. Popular but not even that good. Just nam nao. Lol. People like stressful lakorns. 
I'm more too stressful when my mind is free lol. But when I'm stress I don't want to watch stressful lakorn. I better hold it first. It just my opinion hahaha haha
 

Mannie

sarNie Juvenile
I disagree! Tong Neua Kao probably one of the best lakorns out there haha... My family and I would think so at least.

Noon did such a good job in this role. I cried so hard with the blind father. I'm going to watch this regardless of who's in here because this lakorn is one of my all time favorites.
 

Mannie

sarNie Juvenile
Not everyone has the same taste of those koojin couples. Life lesson lakorns like these have a lot more meaning and I don't think its nam nao at all.
 

Mahalo

sarNie OldFart
I dislike the whole koo jin concept so I'm not even one to mention when it comes to them. Lol. I watch lakorns for entertainment purposes. I don't want to be taught life lessons or watch pitiful fictional characters who abuse their children and neglect their families for their own selfish needs. It stresses me out because I already see it happen in real life. In this case, I'm using nam nao to say that these genres are overly dramatic, not corny, but wayyyyy too dramatic. I don't want to ball my eyes out. I want to laugh and smile over comedic scenes and squeeze my pillows during romantic ones. That's why I don't get why people are into nam nao lakorns. Lol.      
 

byebye

sarNie OldFart
I don't do so well with life lessons lakorn as well...or way to dramatic ones where n'ek gets abused. I can watch lakorn with revenge (slap/kiss) of course but usually when it deals with very realistic problems more than often I turned away. I watched lakorn to relieve and get away from reality and I'm hesitant to watch a whole lot of stuff that is very close to reality.

I'm with Mahalo, I don't like the koo-jins stuff. I enjoy the lakorn more if the leads are not a koojin. So, I can it and like the lakorn for the storyline and acting instead of discussing if he/she is dating or want them to date. It is unnecessary to do so in every lakorns. I want to watch it simply because it's good...not all that nonsense stuff.
 

Mannie

sarNie Juvenile
Hehe I'm on the same boat with koojin. I totally understand and you two spoke for me haha. Lol I misunderstood Mahalo about your definition of nam nao, and I agree with you! Can't be too stressful and dramatic haha. But I like both :) I have some friends/family that will prefer one over the other, which I can understand why lol dramatic lakorns can be too much!
 

Mahalo

sarNie OldFart
From the way people describe n'ek in here, she's such an ungrateful child. I do not want to watch lakorns where I despise n'ek or p'ek. I'm glad Now isn't in here. It'd be a good challenge for her to take on but I don't want to see her in this kind of role yet. 
 

Ncmeowmeow35

sarNie Oldmaid
Pooklook?! Noooooo, she doesn't fit! Yes she is a great actress but she does not fit the character because she will need to know how to dance the northern drum dance. Oh man i am disappointed! First Norah now this. Ugh. And WHAT THE HECK is up with always giving her a lakorn that has no happy ending?!
 

tgamber

sarNie Adult
I think ch7 is stereotyping the nangeks. Pooklook is stuck with this melodramatic roles. Green is stuck with poor girl with a lit bit of life lesson(Maya seemuk, keeta lokah(even though her other character is rich, the focus was on poor drug addict) and currently airing). Now is given weak nangek roles.
 
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